Thursday, January 25 2018

 "The push-up is more a family of movements than a single exercise. In fact, it is a progression that starts from the horizontal, which is the classic "P.E. push-up" and then, through gradually, incrementally, elevating the feet from the floor to a point where the athlete is eventually in a handstand, becomes the handstand push-up." - Greg Glassman,   The Push-Up

"The push-up is more a family of movements than a single exercise. In fact, it is a progression that starts from the horizontal, which is the classic "P.E. push-up" and then, through gradually, incrementally, elevating the feet from the floor to a point where the athlete is eventually in a handstand, becomes the handstand push-up." - Greg Glassman, The Push-Up

In 6 Minutes
Row 60/45 Calories
50 Push-Ups
Max Double-Unders in Remaining Time
Rest 3 Minutes

In 5 Minutes
Row 50/35 Calories
35 Push Ups
Max Double-Unders in Remaining TIme
Rest 2:30 Minutes

In 4 Minutes
Row 40/25 Calories
20 Push-Ups
Max Double-Unders in Remaining TIme

Sunday 1/28/18 - Class Notice: 

On Sunday we will be hosting a Rowing Event, Row Efficient.

The seminar will cover rowing efficiently, how to mix rowing training with strength training, recovery for rowers, nutrition for rowers and would be beneficial for athletes who focus on rowing or want to particularly get better at rowing. 

The seminar will go from 8 AM - 5 PM. 

For more details or to sign up, click here.

Sunday 1 great class will be at 8:30 AM, at Victory Field in Watertown (1.5 miles from CFCL)!